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05-20-2018, 09:15 AM   #6586
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The M135/3.5 was the only telephoto I had from 1976 when I bought my KX until 1981 I think. It's a great little lens. Lovely flower shot taken with it.

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I think that M135/3.5 has excellent 3D feeling. To me it's where it's better than the other M series primes. And that is why I put it on my camera yesterday when I had some cakes to shoot:





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I think that M135/3.5 has excellent 3D feeling. To me it's where it's better than the other M series primes. And that is why I put it on my camera yesterday when I had some cakes to shoot:
All of a sudden I am hungry. I wonder why? Lovely cakes those are.
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QuoteOriginally posted by iheiramo Quote
I think that M135/3.5 has excellent 3D feeling. To me it's where it's better than the other M series primes. And that is why I put it on my camera yesterday when I had some cakes to shoot:






I just gained 10 pounds looking at all this delicious goodness.

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QuoteOriginally posted by iheiramo Quote
I think that M135/3.5 has excellent 3D feeling. To me it's where it's better than the other M series primes. And that is why I put it on my camera yesterday when I had some cakes to shoot:




Great shots!

I found that M135 worked better on K-3 than on K-1. Little crop is not bad for that lens. I found that M 75-150 is much better on FF and 135 is better on aps-c. perhaps it is matter of taste too...those cakes looks tasty
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QuoteOriginally posted by repaap Quote
I found that M135 worked better on K-3 than on K-1. Little crop is not bad for that lens. I found that M 75-150 is much better on FF and 135 is better on aps-c. perhaps it is matter of taste too...those cakes looks tasty
They were tasty. Especially the strawberry one.

So far I have experince using it on APSC only, so can't comment how it performs on FF or film.

Thanks, Racer X 69 and Canada Rockies.
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The M135/3.5 was the only telephoto I had from 1976 when I bought my KX until 1981 I think. It's a great little lens. Lovely flower shot taken with it.
Thanks for the comment. My M 135mm is a recent purchase. Yesterday was the first time I had it on my K-70 for any length of time. I sure am liking it so far.

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Familiar place. Unfamiliar view. How did you get up there?
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Familiar place. Unfamiliar view. How did you get up there?
That was taken from the top of the Church of San Giorgio Maggiore, on a small island opposite.
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Shot last September and only now got around to processing when summer has come around again. M 28-50 f3.5-4.5







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I visited Tallinn Estonia last weekend. As the main purpose of the trip was my sons floorball tournament, I decided to try traveling with light kit. So pancakes DA21ltd and M40 boosted with M120 in case I need tele. I didn't use the tele at all in the city, so based on this trip I could go with just 2 pancakes, if I want go really light. To be honest I also had to take M50/2 with me due to single in challenge, but could have easily lived without it. Didn't have much time for photography on the trip, but here's a quick view to old town with M40:







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